Curtin University continues to build a strong global presence, with campuses in Perth, Dubai, Singapore and of course the magnificent Sarawak, Malaysia. Ranking in the top 1 per cent of universities worldwide we offer practical, internationally recognized courses that are designed with direct input from industry, so our students graduate with the skills and knowledge they need in the ever-changing global marketplace.
Our campus in Miri, Sarawak offers a completely unique study experience. Located on the mystical island of Borneo, with the incomparable, 187 000 hectare Miri-Sibuti Coral Reef National Park just offshore, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gunung Mulu National Park, a mere 45 minutes away, our campus is a gateway to all of the incredible adventures to be had in East Malaysia.
Join a thriving international student population on campus and a wider international family of over 51 000 students spread across Australia and South East Asia. Whether you’re here for a semester, your undergraduate degree, one of our short courses or postgraduate study, this is an experience you’ll never forget. This is Curtin Malaysia.
Why Curtin University?
Join a Global University
Our University has a strong, international focus. In addition to our campus here in Sarawak, we have locations in Perth, Singapore, Dubai and Mauritius, all offering globally recognized programs that prepare you to work in competitive markets around the world. With over 45 different nationalities represented on our campus, you can be sure that you’ll have the opportunity to study in a multicultural and inclusive environment that gives you a sense of belonging.
Get a World Class Education
This worldwide focus has resulted in Curtin being ranked one of the world’s most international universities, and the second-most international university in Australia, in 2016 by Times Higher Education.
Vibrant City on a Tropical Island
Borneo. Just the name conjures up images of adventure, untamed jungle and clear ocean waters, and without a doubt this place is a nature lovers paradise. The third biggest island on earth, Borneo is made up of 3 countries and 746,000 sq km of land. It is home to 221 species of mammals, 620 species of birds and over 3000 marine species. The sprawling tropical rain forest itself is over 140 million years old and 35% of the 15,000 plant species here are found nowhere else.